There's something highly satisfying about chucking all the ingredients into one pot and leaving them to meld into something full of flavour! Less washing-up too...
These are little fingers made with cheese and semolina, then baked in the oven with butter. Simple, inexpensive but really good. They _can_ be served with a fresh tomato sauce, but I don't think they need it. I would serve these as a lunch dish with
Prepare the mixture the day beforehand and you'll enjoy lovely gnocchi with crisp edges and fluffy insides. Use vegetarian versions of the cheeses for a meat-free treat packed with flavours of Italy.
Yes, it is possible to make an extremely good Greek-style moussaka without meat, and even non-vegetarians will admit it tastes every bit as good. Serve it with a large bowl of crunchy salad along with some warm pitta bread. Vegetarian ricotta and a p
Another treat for vegetarians: the simplicity of this cheap-to-make recipe belies the sheer pleasure in eating it. As so often with Italian food, it takes just a few ingredients to make something really special.
Shepherd's pie was traditionally a good way of using up leftovers, but there's nothing second best about this wonderful traditional winter warmer, made even better with Delia's addition of a cheese and leek crust.
These tasty succulent lamb chops make the perfect midweek supper - full of flavour and hardly any washing up! Combine them with seasonal wintry root veg for a real treat.
Neck of lamb is less expensive than many other cuts and, because of the bones, always gives the maximum amount of flavour. This, I think, is an excellent summer casserole.
This is one of the recipes, developed by Delia a few years ago, in conjunction with McCain, to give the Norwich players maximum potential for success in her fuel time plan.
This lovely lamb recipe includes some classic accompaniments - redcurrants, mint and oranges - combined in what Delia describes as the quickest but most beautiful sauce for lamb ever.
This lovely, warming supper dish is packed with flavour and plenty of Spanish influence although, as Delia has discovered, you can now buy perfectly good chorizo produced in this country too!
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